Delegates at the ACC Management Forum, Kuala Lumpur, December 18 – 21 2014
Back row (l to r): Ganesan Sundarammoorthy (ACC), Thusith Perera (ACC), Ajith DCosta (Oman), Bikash Luitel (Bhutan), Melford Fernandes (UAE), Meeran Osman (Bahrain), Mohammad Asif (Qatar), Nadeem Nadwi (Saudi Arabia), Mohammed Rahimi (Malaysia), Rumesh Ratnayake (ACC), Saad Khan Janjua (Singapore), Iqbal Sikander (ACC), Venkatapathi Raju (ACC), Shanthan Reddy (Singapore), Shahriar Khan (ACC), Clarence Selvam (Malaysia), Naresh D’Souza (Kuwait), Aminul Islam (ACC), Bandula Warnapura (ACC), Imad Ismail (Maldives)
Front row (l to r): Cina Wong (Hong Kong), Pauline Cheung (Hong Kong), Bhawana Ghimire (Nepal), Alicia Puan (Singapore), Mazhar Khan (UAE), Tim Anderson (ICC), KH Imran (Singapore), Syed Ashraful Huq (ACC), Ammar Shaikh (ICC), Ross Turner (TurnerCampbell), Natasha Campbell (TurnerCampbell), Duleep Mendis (Oman), Asad Baig (Kuwait), Mohideen Kader (Thailand)

The ACC has held its third Management Forum, following the ones in 2004 and 2011. The Forum was designed to help ACC Region Associate and Affiliate nation Chief Executives and Finance Managers identify and develop ideal practises. The ACC Managers all made presentations during the four-day event. The ICC's Head of Global Development Tim Anderson made the first Keynote Address – The Changing World of Cricket - and Finance and Data Manager Ammar Shaikh presented twice. Singapore Cricket Association President and ICC Board Member KH Imran spoke on the opening day of the "uncertainties that lie ahead in these challenging times for the Associates and Affiliates."

The forum was open to the Chief Executives and Finance Managers of the ACC Associates and Affiliate members. Oman Cricket’s Director of Coaching Duleep Mendis, formerly a nine-year CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket, spoke on the second day on the topic of Effective Governance Processes and was followed by much-lauded coach Davenell Whatmore who spoke on Developing a Competitive Edge.

The ACC Development Officers Aminul Islam, Venkatapathi Raju, Rumesh Ratnayake and Iqbal Sikander were also in attendance and contributed, running workshops throughout the four days.

ACC Development Program

Filed December 24th, 2014